Nintendonitis — the name may be cute, but a chronic painful condition you get in your hand from playing video games, especially between the thumb and forefinger sure is not cute. This condition was known to occur frequently among users of the Atari 2600 home video game console in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The condition was first highlighted when the Nintendo games consoles were released in 1990s. Nintendonitis – give disability two thumbs down.
Theodore Zirinis, (or Teo Zirinis) is a 26 years old illustrator from Athen, Greece. He’s been doing posters art, tee shirt design, and some prints. He’s doodling over humor illustration around daily life (slice! and Let’s All Go And Have Breakfast) and with pop-culture influences (Loch NES V.2) that goes wonderfully with lines with touch of vector art.
With all due respect to the princess, he has been rescuing her since 1983 and (awkwardly) she keeps getting captured. It is not surprising he, the one and only Super Mario, went a little crazy. Poor you little Toad, you already try your best to support Mario when he is on his adventures. I believe by wearing this T-shirt in public places and get people’s attention, I also help Mario in find the right castle.
Things we enjoy in 21st century like the Internet, DVRs, and non-invasive medical procedures are nice, but they don’t even come close to how awesome the 1980s were. Sure, there were things like AIDS and the threat of nuclear war with the Soviet Union, but we won’t talk about any of that crap, but the entertainment!
And you know what? Every single form of entertainment was better in the 80s. Movies were better. Music was better. TV shows were better. Video games were…okay, video games kind of sucked compared to today. But there were video game arcades! And they were great.
For those who missed the Valentine’s Day boat because of sick project tried to take all your time, here’s the best time to make a come back and give him/her your sign.
Stop making an excuse and start making a move, head over to Shirtcity to get your Love-shout T-shirts. If these super awesome nerdy T-shirts doesn’t give a kick, sorry to say that she/he is not geek enough to be your partner. Retweet this if you agree, but don’t kill me if I say something wrong!
If you are true gamers, especially Nintendo, surely you’ve played Golden Eye 64. Golden Eye is a 1997 first-person shooter video game developed by Rare for the Nintendo 64 video game console, based on the 1995 James Bond film Golden Eye.
In this game there is also multiplayer game. The multiplayer mode features five general scenarios, within which options such as weapon schemes may be altered. Weapon selections in the multiplayer mode are grouped by type, such as pistols, automatics, and explosives. Other selectable weapon schemes focus on weapons not frequently found in the single player mode, such as laser guns, throwing knives or the one-hit kill Golden Gun. At each end of a multiplayer game, there’ll be a rank as “most cowardly”, “most harmless”, etc. And who get’s Most Deadly is the ultimate champion.
For you who like games, you should have shirts that support your ability to play. And BustedTees facilitate gaming enthusiasts through their shirt. BustedTees is entirely run by the guys from CollegeHumor.com. They decided to start making T-shirts because they want people to have fun, laugh, look good, feel comfortable, get good jobs, get sweaty dancing, and go home with someone who also did those things.
Here it is the Most Deadly Tee ($ 20), this deadly tee is to be used by the most deadly gamer: you! This tee is printed on American Apparel shirt, and made from 100% fine Jersey cotton. It’s thin and smooth feeling.
If you feel as the most deadly, you should wear this tee.
Well, this guy is absolutely passionate about his design. Created by Sean Mort a.k.a stothemofob, The Gaming Revolution t-shirt is dazzling with tons of gaming object designs. Well not only joysticks, there are handheld game devices too. This design, according the creator, resembles the revolution from NES era to current PS3/Wii/XBOX360 era.
If the first game handheld (and its joystick) was released in 1980, this shirt may mark the 20 years of game present. If we do analogy with human’s life, 20 years old is a transition phase from teenage to adulthood, from 8-bit era to past 128-bit era, from ROM cartridge to Blu-ray disc.
Don’t ask me why the design is made with yellow color on top of red background like a China flag, but it definitely requires patient and hard work to arrange such thing. It will be yours for US$18 from Threadless and available for both guys and girls. So, can you count how many distinct objects captured in the design?